SAN DIEGO and BANGALORE, India — June 27, 2023 — Liquid Instruments, a leading innovator of precision software-defined instrumentation, announced today that it is partnering with IEEE India’s Global IEEE Institute for Engineers to develop exclusive tools, programs, and activities to increase technical capabilities for engineering students in India. The organizations will focus their efforts on workforce development, advocacy, and creating technical communities equipped with the latest test and measurement solutions.
Liquid Instruments’ software-defined approach to test and measurement leverages the computational power of field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to create highly versatile instrumentdroation for acquiring and analyzing data, generating complex waveforms, and implementing closed-loop control systems.
With its flexible, FPGA-based Moku product line, Liquid Instruments is revolutionizing the way that engineers, scientists, and students discover, create, and learn. The Moku product family consists of three all-in-one hardware options — Moku:Pro, Moku:Lab, and Moku:Go — that offer up to 12 software-defined instruments in one device. From essential tools like oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers to advanced tools like lock-in amplifiers and laser lock boxes, Moku products offer an entire test bench at a fraction of the cost.
The partnership, outlined in a memorandum of understanding, will include private and government sector support to set up technical labs with Moku test and measurement equipment, as well as co-hosted seminars to benefit engineering students across India.
“We understand that knowledge, skills, and resources are critical to advance economic and industrial development in India,” said Pathy Iyer, director of India sales and marketing at Liquid Instruments. “As the need for workers with high levels of technical and soft skills increases, we will continue to focus on advancing the know-how and growth of individuals in test and measurement.”
Sri Chandrasekaran, country head at IEEE India, echoed Iyer’s sentiments, emphasizing Liquid Instruments’ dedication to improving engineering education for students by providing them with modern test equipment.
“Liquid Instruments’ high technical competence and their FPGA-based, multipurpose instruments for academia, electronics, communications, and optics are well aligned with IEEE’s core objective and mission to advance engineering education standards in India,” Chandrasekaran said. “This collaboration will create focused webinars and workshops that will enable students and help support focused faculty development programs in India.”
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. With more than 400,000 members in over 160 countries, IEEE is the trusted voice for promoting engineering, computing, and technology information around the globe. The IEEE India Operations Centre — which focuses on educational standards, technical activities, membership development, support for digital library customers, and philanthropy programs — was established in Bangalore in 2010. IEEE India also develops training and skills development programs for both students and industry professionals.
“We’re pleased to collaborate with IEEE India to develop activities to support the next generation of engineers,” Iyer said. “Universities and engineering students across India will benefit greatly from our activities with IEEE.”
About Liquid Instruments
Liquid Instruments enables scientists, engineers, and students to acquire data, generate signals, and control their experiment through modern, software-defined test and measurement solutions that provide advanced capabilities, a great user experience, and custom programmability for maximum flexibility and performance in a range of applications. The company’s flagship product, Moku:Pro, integrates up to 12 distinct, high-precision instruments into a single, compact hardware device. Learn more at liquidinstruments.com.
Director of India Sales and Marketing, Liquid Instruments